Industrial SD Memory Cards
Industrial SD Memory Cards
The Delkin Industrial SD Memory Card is a reliable NAND flash storage solution for industrial applications that utilizes the Secure Digital interface. Delkin offers industrial-grade high endurance SLC NAND flash SD card solutions in the D300,and D200 Series, and Commercial cost-effective MLC NAND flash versions in the Utility and Utility+ Series. Every Delkin Industrial SD card features a controlled Bill of Materials (BOM) and strictly adheres to the specifications set forth by the Secure Digital Association.
While SD cards primarily began in 1999 as a storage medium for consumer electronics, key characteristics such as small size, low power consumption, high reliability, and simplicity of integration also make the form factor an ideal fit for many industrial applications with limited real estate for storage.
|Industrial SD||Utility SD|
|Capacities Available||128MB – 32GB||4GB – 128GB|
|Flash Type||Single Level Cell (SLC)||Multi Level Cell (MLC)|
|Speed Rating||SD 3.0, Class 10, UHS-I|
|SD 2.0, Class 6||SD 3.0, Class 10, UHS-I|
|Operating Temp||-40 to 85 ⁰ C||Utility -25 to 85 ⁰ C|
|Utility+ -40 to 85 ⁰ C|
|Data Retention||10 Years||5 Years|
|MTBF (hours)||> 2 million hours (0 to +25 ⁰ C)||> 3 million hours (0 to 30 ⁰ C)|
|SMART Feature||yes (D300)||yes|
Industrial SD Format & Host Compatibility
Delkin Industrial SD Memory Cards are available across an array of capacities, as small as 128MB and as large as 128GB. The Secure Digital (SD) format, introduced in 1999, includes all capacities up to 2GB in size, and is forwards compatible with SD, SDHC, and SDXC formatted host devices. The Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) format, introduced in 2006, includes capacities from 4GB through 32GB, and is forwards compatible with SDHC and SDXC formatted host devices. The Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC) format, introduced in 2009, includes capacities from 64GB through 2TB and can only be used in SDXC formatted host devices.
Industrial SD Formats & Marking Guide
|Secure Digital (SD)||Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC)||Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC)|
|Capacity||Up to 2GB||4GB through 32GB||64GB through 2TB|
|File System||FAT 16||FAT 32||exFAT|
|Bus Speed Interface||Normal Speed (NS)||Normal Speed (NS)||Normal Speed (NS)|
|High Speed (HS)||High Speed (HS)||High Speed (HS)|
|Speed Class Marking Requirements||Speed Class Marking is Optional||NS & HS Mode, Speed Class Marking is Mandatory||NS & HS Mode, Speed Class Marking is Mandatory|
|UHS-I Mode, Speed Class Marking is Optional||UHS-I Mode, Speed Class Marking is Optional|
Industrial SD Host Compatibility Quick Reference
|Host Device||Compatible SD Cards||Capacity Options|
|Secure Digital (SD)||SD||Up to 2GB|
|Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC)||SD||4GB|
|Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC)||SD||64GB|
Industrial SD Speed Classes & Bus Interface
Delkin Industrial SD Memory cards are classified as Normal Speed, High Speed, or Ultra High Speed (UHS-I or UHS-II). These classifications are differentiated by the Bus Speed of each card, with indicates the maximum theoretical read and write speed capability. Similarly, each card has a speed class that is designated by the SD Association, which is based on the minimum sequential write speed that the card performs at. While theoretical speeds can be quite high, actual card speeds are usually lower and vary by card configuration, the operation being performed, how the data on the card is organized, and the host device.
Industrial SD Bus Speed Interface
|Bus Interface||Card Format||Bus Marking||Theoretical Bus Speed||Spec Version|
|Ultra High Speed UHS-I||SDHC||50MB/s (SDR50, DDR50)||3.01|
|Ultra High Speed UHS-II||SDHC||156MB/s||4|
Industrial SD Speed Classes
|Minimum Sequential Write Speed||Speed Class||UHS Speed Class||Video Speed Class||Corresponding Video Format|
|10MB/s||Class 10||U1||V10||4K Video|
|6MB/s||Class 6||n/a||V6||4K Video|
|4MB/s||Class 4||n/a||n/a||HD Video|
|2MB/s||Class 2||n/a||n/a||Standard Video|
Industrial SD Customization Options
Delkin Industrial SD Memory Cards can be customized to suit your application or host specific parameters. Because most cards are designed and built at San Diego, CA headquarters, requests for custom labeling, laser etching, pad printing, packaging, data loading, unique formatting, conformal coating, additional testing, special screening, and more can be easily accommodated.
Contact us today to request a sample, download a spec, or to be contacted by one of Delkin’s educated technical product consultants.